Saul's Nuzlocke - Chapter 1 - Part 1 Introduction-Chapter 1 - Part 1 - Introduction -Saul's Nuzlocke - Chapter 1 - Part 1 Introduction by ~Sinnicorps
Rolling green plains, dotted with clumps of large, branching trees, the truck whined and jerked as it ran over the uneven gravel path. In the distance, I could see groups of Taillows flying peacefully, although soon they disappeared over the distance horizon. After a 6 hour ride, the truck came to a lurching halt infront of our brand new home, in small, dare I say backwater, town of Littleroot. My mother told me that the only reason Littleroot was still on the map was because it was a prominent place for Pokemon research, and I could understand why: Even as my mother got out her two Machoke (Which she did often, in her old age she couldnt lifte and move things as easily.) to help put things in the house, I could see zigzagoons and tailow flutter around near the distant treeline.
Were finally here! Its definitely cozy, it gives off a nice feeling of home! my mother said cheerfully,, although I knew she didnt
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Chica Vs. Brendans Mudkip, I was at an obvious disadvantage, and I think deep down, the expressionless husk of a Mudkip knew that as well. He wasnt as fast, nor were his claws as sharp, so he didnt do as much damage, so his defeat was inevitable, despite this loss, Brendan happily jumped next to my side, his unconscious Pokemon limp in his arms.
That was amazing Iggi, youre really something else when you battle. He laughed, although mumbled in a scared tone
Your face looks as if you want to kill me, its scary.
I ignored his comment, and continued walking back to Littleroot, in my arms rested the exhausted Chica, she had a long day of running in the fields with me, slaying anything she put her hands on, regardless she was so soft and gentle, I couldnt help but smile as I rocked her back and forth like a baby, maybe together we could actually grow strong? I blocked out
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30 seconds, thats how long it took me to run to the sound. The moment the shout reached my ears I was blinded by a shield of pure hate, hate towards whatever was causing the scream. In 30 seconds I broke into a run, but the moment I entered the scene I froze in terror. An older man, with light brown hair clutched his arm, which was bleeding profusely, in front of him was a small Poochyena, its mouth was covered in a bright red blood. On sight of me, the man started thrusting his good arm towards a small brown bag lying in the tallgrass. Running over, I flipped open the top to find three small pokeballs, all clacking together in the very bottom of his bag.
WHY DONT YOU HAVE THESE IN A CONTAINER? I yelled at him, before taking one and chucking it towards the Poochyena, praying that something useless like a Magikarp or a ralts would pop out.
I was greeted by a roaring fire, which flared and pulsated with rage and life, though it
Iggi's Nuzlocke Chapter 1 - Part 2 - CinnamonChapter 1 - Part 2 - CinnamonIggi's Nuzlocke Chapter 1 - Part 2 - Cinnamon by ~Sinnicorps
The cold air brushed passed my face, carrying the faint smell of cinnamon, my entire arm filled with goosebumps, already my body felt stiff, my legs popped and jerked more as I trudged over the loose gravel and towards my neighbors house, which looked almost identical to my own. Knocking roughly, I was greeted by a cheerful young woman, in her arms was a small child, probably only 4 years old,
Oh! Hello, are you the neighbors child? Im glad to meet you! Come in, whats your name sweetie? She asked rapidly, ushering me inside the house, which smelled of lavender and had a warm fire wasting away in the fireplace, a pile of children toys laid across the floor.
Im Iggi, my mother and I just moved in next door, she said I could come visit, and that you had a son. I mumbled, rocking back and forth on my feet as she set her young child down, grabbing her cup of coffee and taking a sit, before saying in a more exhausted ton